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Is it possible to run ENTIRE site (not just images, etc) via CDN?
01-20-2012, 09:15 AM
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RE: Is it possible to run ENTIRE site (not just images, etc) via CDN?
A few hours ago, I took this CDN thing one step further. I decided to let the CDN cache even html for guests (my members are still able to see un-cached version of the forum.)

Now the load time seems to be more consistent across the globe:

- Dulles, VA 0.385 s
- Los Angeles, CA 0.585 s
- Frankfurt, DE 0.530 s
- Paris, FR 0.363 s
- São Paulo, Brasil 0.897 s
- Wellington, New Zealand 0.632 s
- Sydney, AU 0.378 s

Now the "worst" performing thing is the DNS. Sometimes the first test shows the DNS time multiple times longer than the subsequent tests. But there's very little I can do about it short of looking for a different CDN provider. My CDN provider keeps the TTL time very short, I don't remember now exactly what it is, but if I recall right, the last time I checked it was like 20 minutes or something. I'm not sure if that's typical of CDNs to keep it this short.

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RE: Is it possible to run ENTIRE site (not just images, etc) via CDN? - Marvin - 01-20-2012 09:15 AM

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